The two examiners appointed by the faculty are given maximally three weeks to suggest a grade. They must also give a written statement to justify their opinion on the grade. In addition, they are obliged to offer the student a chance to receive feedback face to face. The examiners have access to a statement from the supervisor of the student and the laboratory notebook to aid them in their deliberations. If both examiners suggest the same grade, a sub-committee of the faculty education committee (three members) can immediately make the official decision to speed up the process. If the examiners do not agree on the grade, the official decision on the grade, or decision to invite a third examiner, is made in the next scheduled faculty education committee meeting. The grade and the examiners statements are made known to the student as soon as the decision is made.